Check yourself after you been addressed about the error(s) you made pertaining something or someone. It is inappropriate to give off displeasure or deny that individual you made the error against a conversation thereafter is flat out wrong. Get into the state of being humble.
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“We’re used to shame, blame, and criticism as our companions. Self-compassion practices are relevant to easing our suffering and enable us to become self-reflective without beating up on ourselves.” Gail Parker, from Restorative Yoga for Ethnic and Race-Based Stress and Trauma “[A]ll human beings, regardless of race and ethnicity, need and want to love, beContinue reading “MOVE BEYOND SHAME, BLAME AND CRITICISM AND BREATHE THE POWER OF HEALTH, PEACE AND LOVE: August 10, 2020”
Do you tend to think about where you are going and what you will be doing? Does your mind wander off and perhaps dwell on events in the past, or worry about the future? That is actually quite common, and for many, takes learned skills to do otherwise. Mindfulness is all about being present inContinue reading “How Mindfulness Reduces Anxiety”
Do you struggle with boundaries? Setting boundaries is about more than just personal and emotional space. Many people struggle with boundaries, but it isn’t as obvious as you might think. A boundary struggle can manifest as a difficulty saying no or as social anxiety. You might feel guilty about speaking your mind if it upsetsContinue reading “How to Set Boundaries”
By: Katherine Egan On May 25, 2020, the same day as when Derek Chauvin kneeled on George Floyd’s neck for over eight minutes, the piece “An Argument Against the Confederate Flag” was released on this blog. The piece was released before the creator of this blog or myself were aware of what had happened inContinue reading “Black Lives Matter”
“Only the refusal to listen guarantees one against being ensnared by the truth.” Robert Nozick “Only the refusal to listen guarantees one against being ensnared by the truth.” — Art of Quotation